- A generous man used his salary to buy food for disadvantaged families in Dunoon, Cape Town
- His wife took to Facebook to say how proud she was of her husband
- Hundreds of Facebook users wrote in to commend the man for his generosity
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A proud wife, Elector Mazhanga, took to Facebook and posted a couple of pictures and a caption about her husband. She explained that he used his salary to buy food and essentials for 10 families in the township of Dunoon in the Cape.
She posted the story on the Facebook page #ImStaying and wrote the following caption:
"Proud of my husband, he used his salary to purchase groceries for at least 10 families in Dunoon. This group has showed us that we will make it and we have each other. We will make it through. #lamstaying"
His generosity did not go unnoticed, hundreds of Facebook users wrote in to congratulate the man on his selfless actions.
Jody Justine Mallinson: "This is awesome. How do you deliver by the way? Do you just pitch up and give to the first 10 families?! I really am keen to know"
Surine Marais: "Awesome. Yes I agree we will get through this and will come out stronger on the other side because God is our protector."
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Seitlhaco Ngcizela: "Seitlhaco ngcizela. May God bless you abundantly and may he also give you the desires of your heart."
Joany Wonner: "To think one person with a salary can do this, why can't the rich government also do this? God bless you, Sir."
Gail Swanepoel: "Bless you both the and all the people you’re helping. Angels come in all shapes and sizes ."
In other news, Briefly.co.za wrote about a family that scrapes together what they have to help the less fortunate in their community.
Mhlengi Xyber took to social media to share the fantastic work that his family is doing and possibly inspire others to do the same.
He posted his message on the #ImStaying page of Facebook. They use the little that they have to buy food and essentials for the disadvantaged and the vulnerable in their community.
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